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It’s a small week for sneak peeks from Archie, but the company was able to send along Archie Digest #244 and Betty & Veronica #83, both of which arrive in stores next week.

ARCHIE DIGEST #244
“Feeling Feulish”: Mr. Lodge offers to buy and restore Grandpa Andrews’ classic “Model Z,” but can it survive the drive over with Dilton’s experimental fuel in the tank and Archie behind the wheel?
SCRIPT: George Gladir. ART: Pat Kennedy.
“Dog Tired”: Archie learns dog-sitting requires working like a dog – even if the dog you’re watching isn’t doing any work!
SCRIPT: Mike Pellowski. ART: Bob Bolling.
PLUS: Other new and classic tales! SCRIPT AND ART: Various talents.
BONUS: Puzzles, games and pin-ups!
Shipping Date: May 14th, 2008
On Sale at Comic Specialty Shops: May 21st, 2008
On Sale on Newsstands: June 3rd, 2008
Full color digest format
$2.49 US.

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BETTY & VERONICA SPECTACULAR #83
IT’S A SPECIAL “SUMMY FUN” ISSUE WITH THOSE TEEN SCENE DREAMS, BETTY & VERONICA!
“The Battle for Riverdale Cove”: When both the boys and the girls claim the same exact spot in the cove as their exclusive place to hang out, they hold a multi-game contest to determine who has dibs. When they get to the “treasure hunt” portion of the competition, imagine their surprise when they stumble upon a bag of coins and jewels! Will the two teams put aside their rivalry long enough to team-up and solve this mystery?
SCRIPT AND ART: Dan Parent.
PLUS!: Special features including “Betty & Veronica’s Favorite Summer Things,” “Top 10 Beach Tips,” “Good Summer Fashions” and more!
Shipping Date: May 14th, 2008
On Sale at Comic Specialty Shops: May 21st, 2008
On Sale on Newsstands: June 3rd, 2008
32-page, full color comic
$2.25 US.

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via Archie Comics

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